50 Iconic Movies That Will Make You Love Everything About Life

35º – Interstellar (Christopher Nolan, 2014)In the plot, some space explorers join a new and dangerous mission trying to preserve life on earth. Difficult, ‘Interstellar’ is worth the time lapses, data fragments erratically viewer and a story that changes with each scene to give weight to the general compendium which is spent as a true masterpiece of cinema.


34º – The Lion King (Roger Allers, 1994)In a society ruled by lions in the jungle, a king is betrayed by a member of his family, and died tragically. Now it is up to your child try to recover the luster of yesteryear that community. ‘The Lion King’ is an animation without many fragments of humor, based more on the sense of adventure that dominates every scene, managing to work with various concepts on the life of light and didactic way.


33º – An Autumn Afternoon (Yasujirô Ozu, 1962)The lives of people in a small Japanese village are dissected. The social exchange of the place is what moves people there inserted, exposing how the simplicity of those individuals to take life is crucial. Their habits are explored, deconstructed their anguish and their shared pleasures. Masterpiece Yasujirô Ozu that spells the bright side of living in society.


32º – Amadeus (Milos Forman, 1984)The film follows some substantial fragments Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s life, capturing his misfit way of acting on the world and his incomparable genius. The plot also has a contrary view of the protagonist, bringing the life of their biggest rival. ‘Amadeus’ is a true masterpiece of the seventh art, with an engaging, conceptually heavy history, flawless plans and a great cast.


31º – All About Eve (Joseph L. Mankiewicz, 1950)In the plot, a young, obsessed by the nuances of the artistic life of a theater company, trying to find a loophole to get to that compendium, using an award-winning actress to achieve this goal. ‘All About Eve’ is one of the most iconic films of the 1950s, bringing a light plot and dynamics that entertains its audience every scene.

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